Spread between a pair of two-storey buildings and a further two single-storey pavilions, each of Jagaditha’s suites enjoys an equally mesmerising outlook whether the gaze is across the delightful lily pond or out over the front lawn to the ocean beyond. Bedrooms – two twins and four king-size doubles – each come with four-poster beds, dressing areas, iPod docks and a private balcony or terrace furnished with lounge seating as well as gorgeous bathrooms featuring oversized tubs, 50cm-wide shower heads, twin sinks, locally made natural toiletries and open-to-the-sky courtyards.
The very central living and dining pavilion overlooks the garden and sea, and is immaculately furnished with a deep, antique, opium daybed, a collection of sofas and a rare one-piece teak dining table encircled by ten chairs. Ceiling fans descend from the high thatched roof whilst pendant lamps fall almost to the floor. A regal walkway takes you from this living area into a contemporary, beautifully fitted kitchen that’s furnished with everything for the modern cook, though with a chef included amongst the villa staff it’s quite likely that you’ll never need to use it.
Beside the kitchen is a pavilion housing an air conditioned lounge with a wall-mounted wide-screen satellite TV, DVD player and Nintendo Wii opposite oversized sofas. To the far end of this room is an air conditioned gym with Power Plate and rowing machine whilst to the opposite end is a washroom with steam shower and courtyard garden with second shower open to the skies above.
To the other side of the kitchen is a pavilion that simply houses an air conditioned spa room with massage table and iPod dock where treatments, carried out by outsourced therapists, take place. To the far side of this building is a pool lounge that leads onto an alfresco dining table for eight beside a stacked stone wall where glorious views over the pool and sea can be enjoyed. On the opposite side of the garden is a sunset pavilion where, as its name suggests, you can relax and enjoy the colours of the sky at dusk.